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FOX Business
Sep 25, 2013 5:00pm EDT
quote supposed to relieve arthritis. david: all right. "money" with melissa francis is next. melissa: i am melissa francis and this is what is "money" tonight. a government shutdown veering closer by the moment and a budget deal over obamacare looks even more out of reach. what will stop congress from flying over the edge? neil cavuto joins us with the latest. plus, you love the cofounders so much when we had them on last time we are bringing them back today. and three ingredients everyone needs to brew the perfect work environment. and who made money today? stay tuned to find out who it is because even when they say it is not, it is always about "money."
Comedy Central
Sep 16, 2013 11:00pm PDT
) for a stately quadril. ll be 'll be >> jon: welcome back. everybody knows new pope francis is a humbler, gentler man, refusing to use the popemobile when commuting, yeah, that's right. bottom line is this new pope is superchillin tote low key. unlike the last pope captain flashy pants with his las vegas style music. ♪ . >> jon: that is kind of cool. i'm not the only one digging this new pope. >> in the six months he's been pope, crowds have quadrupled drawn by his warm and welcoming style and a new openness. >> jon: it's pope mania. and his first album hasn't even dropped yet. (laughter) the point is this francis is a different kind of pope. but i don't think until recently we knew just how different. >> on the once that would zubt of homosexuality francis told reporters if one is gay and searches for the world and has goodwill, who am i to judge. >> the pope is reaching out to atheists and agnostics. pope francis says god will forgive them if they live morally and follow their conscience. >> a top aid to pope francis did hint that the church could reevaluate its policy on priestley celibacy.
Al Jazeera America
Sep 5, 2013 10:00pm EDT
themselves in the mood to make 5% more on their paycheck. >>> coming up, pope francis was thought to be in the conservative mold of his predecessors, but is he taking a soft turn to the left, and how liberal can the head of the catholic church actually become? >> consider this, the first south american and first jesuit to make the papacy. some think he marks a sharply liberal turn for the church. amongst the issues that have the conservatives in the church talking are his calls for greatest care of the poor, his minimalist lifestyle and his call to gay people. joining us to discuss this from philadelphia, pennsylvania, is anthea butler, and via skype from vancouver, we're joined by jeffrey tucker, editor of the newly turncal movement. >> pope francis has put out tweets calling for peace in syria. he said, war, never again, never again war. on tuesday with utmost firmness i condemn the use of chemical weapons. on thursday, with all my strength i ask members of the congress not to close themselves in. he reiterated his calls for peace. >> he also wrote a letter to vladimir putin and
Sep 21, 2013 5:30am PDT
of the building more attractive than they were before. >> here we were at the historic st. francis hotel, which was actually a representation of the evolution of elevators. can you tell us more about san francisco history here at the st. francis? >> sure. st. francis demonstrates well the evolution of elevated technology. and substantially damaged the 1906 earthquake and rebuilt in 1907 or 1908, and extend it again in 1913. then a new tower was added in 1932, so there is all sorts of elevator technology you can see at the st. francis that very much represents the building history of san francisco. >> i understand there is a really old elevator still operating here. >> that is right, the elevator installed in the 1913 expansion. we can go look at that. >> let's go take a look. here we are in a spectacular st. francis lobby. here is the clock. when people say "meet me at the clock in the st. francis." let's look at that elevator. >> ok, let's do it. >> here we are in the elevator installed as part of the expansion, and this is the way it was originally installed about 100 years ago. it has a manu
Al Jazeera America
Sep 20, 2013 10:00am EDT
[♪ music ] >> pope francis issues a surprising warning. the holy father calls for more inclusion offering a change from its message from centuries past. consider this, are these statements by pope francis widening the church's flock or possibly alienating conservative catholics, . >>> are bullying programs increasing the behavior they're trying to stop. >>> the emmy awards with cable productions dominating again. >>> hello, welcome to "consider this." pope francis warned that the church could fall like a house of cards if it did not become a more merciful church. he made headlines by saying who am i to judge hem homosexuals. >> 76 of-year-old pope francis bluntly said it's not necessary for the church to talk about hot-button issues all the time. we cannot insist only on issues related to abortion, gay marriage and the use of contraceptive methods. this is not possible. he does not disagree with the catholic church's stances on these issues, but warned that the church needs to manage its mission better. his most recent comments followed up highly publicized comments he made in ju
Comedy Central
Sep 9, 2013 9:30am PDT
praying in rome, reflection on the conclave and electing pope francis, so this blows the lid off the papal conclave. >> well, there's really not much to say. i lost. that's the main thing. but thanks for... you and my mom are the only two that have referred to this. this is great. >> stephen: you'll get the colbert bump. this is going to be the number-one church-based e-book. >> i'll take it. >> stephen: i would swear to god, but... all right. okay. you were in there. what's it like, for the people who haven't been in there, and that's everybody except you cardinals, nobody here but us cardinals, when the doors shut and they put that seal on there, what's first thing that happens in that room? do you guys smoke 'em if you got 'em? what's going on there? >> i tell you, the first thing we do is pray, and we pray hard because do we ever need help because we're not up to the task, so we ask for the inspiration of the holy spirit, and i think the spirit comes through. they told us, stephen, they said, look, the holy spirit has already chosen the new pope, you guys just got to figure out who he'
Sep 28, 2013 11:30am PDT
, the carpenter foundation and by the charles a. foundation. this week on to the contrary... first, pope francis and catholic women. behind the headlines. a former nun says the church should reconsider celibacy. then women, money and politics. [777] [777] >> hello i'm bonnie erbe welcome to to the contrary, a discussion of news and social trends from diverse perspectives. up first, the vatican and women. a number of remarkable events surrounding the papacy took place this week. most recently, pope emeritus benedict xvi emerged from retirement to respond to criticism of his handling of the priest pedophilia scandalment he denied accusations that he covered up sexual abuse by priests. meanwhile, former father greg reynolds of australia became the first person excommunicated under the papacy of pope francis. he is an outspoken supper of women's ordination and gay marriage. then, there was a slew of publicity and positive reaction from catholics around the world last week to pope francis' remarks criticizing the church in his words he said the church should drop its obsession with devicive issues su
Sep 24, 2013 4:30pm PDT
of the asian in proud arts. >> well, maybe i'll get it started here and john will bring it up. i'm francis wong and together we founded the asian improve arts we're celebrating our history in the san francisco area. and it's quite on honor to be standing before you and to see how the idea of a group called asian entertainment we're not an - we do improvise and i don't want to repeat a lot of things but we're a group for creativity and we want to acknowledge and applaud the committee to recognize the performing arts we offer not only in entertainment but to effect the patterns of thought how do we think about solving the problems and envision a new world? we find in our work as im- arts we're part of envisioning this new world and we're standing on the shoulders of our immigrant forebearsors my patent landed by at&t park and we're raising another generation. this is a real honor and privilege to engage in the act of promoting visionary leadership in the arts. thank you very much (clapping) >> it's just wonderful to work with somebody like francis wong. he does so many things one of the art
Sep 20, 2013 11:00pm PDT
francis has electified the catholic community. the cannedit conversation conducted over several days in august was published in 16 different countries on thursday. the pope used the opportunity to signal a hue approach to divisive issues like divorce, homosexuality, and abortion. unless a new balance is found between the church's doctrines and its spiritual mission the moral edifice of the church is likely to fall like a house of cards. joining me is father matt malone, editor of "america magazine," which published the pope 53 interview in the united states. and farther joseph mcshane, president of fordham university. welcome, great to have you here. this is a great story. you're the editor here. tell me how this happened. >> you know, quite in a very casual way, we were sitting in my office here in midtown at the-- just a few weeks after the pope was lexingtoned, and one of my editors said, why don't we try to interview the pope. and -- >> rose: that's exactly what i said with my producer, "why don't we try to interview the pope." and they said, "we'll have you examined examined in
Sep 30, 2013 12:00pm PDT
. >>> big news from the vatican today. pope francis says he will grant sainthood to two -- two former popes. >> alphonso van marsh has more on how this decision is somewhat against the rules. >> catholics rallied for pope john paul ii to be named a saint less than a week after his death. >> in the 2005 the funeral, they chanted, sainthood now. eight years later, pope francis said to the date as he met with cardinals in rome. >> next april, francis will canonize pope john paul ii and pope john xxiii. appointing two popes saints in one day is a vatican first. in another first, two popes may participate in the ceremony. a vatican spokesman says he does not see any reason why retired pope benedict would not attend. catholics and john paul ii's native poland said this is news they have been waiting for. >> she says, we already know the teachings of john paul ii. it will be a good time to learn the teachings of john the 23rd. church rules say that to become a saint, somebody must have performed two miracles. in july, pope francis approved a second miracle attributed to pope john paul ii, put
Al Jazeera America
Sep 20, 2013 8:00am EDT
words from pope francis, saying the catholic church needs to stop "obsessing about abortion, gays and birth control." he set a new tone, hoping his followers will seek a new balance. we went to a catholic church in new york where a special ministry welcomes gays. >> a catholic church in new york, this church has had a lesbian gay bisexual transgender ministry for years. >> we say all are welcome, we print it over the door, all are welcome. is it just a catch phrase that we put on the door or something that we make real in how we receive people? >> father steven said it goes beyond the issues the pope nailed, something much more fundamental for catholics. >> the conversation is not about same-sex marriage. it is not about well, contain commit myself to a person of the same sex or not, even if it's not done in the context of church. it's really just i want to find a place where i'm welcome to pray. >> the lgbt minute industry here is evidence that pope francis, with his words, is acknowledging the reality that gay and lesbians are part of the catholic community. >> the pope said: >>
Sep 11, 2013 5:30pm PDT
welcome for pope francis. crowds have quadrupled draunl by his warm and welcoming style and a new openness. case in point, the suggestion from his new number two that the idea of married priests is open to discussion. it's already got people talking. >> hey, we've got a gem here. am i open to listening to people talk about it? you bet. >> reporter: nobody expects to see married priests anytime soon, but for this pope, subjects like this aren't off the table. pope francis has changed the tone in a church plagued by a sex abuse scandal. his weekend peace vigil against the war in syria drew more than 100,000 people, while thousands more across the world prayed. pope francis extended a hand to agnostics and atheists. it's what he does, getting close to people, kissing babies, enjoying the crowds that flock to him. and many of the trappings are gone. he droves a 20 year old car. he calls the faithful out of the blue to respond to their letters. >> i think we're seeing so far a pope who is less interested in closing doors than he is in opening windows. >> reporter: but what about married priests
Sep 20, 2013 2:00am PDT
-old child. we'll have the very latest details. plus pope francis rocks the catholic world with his views on the real mission of the church. >>> coca-cola issues an apology for this message. >>> good morning. you better buckle up. the next 11 days are going to be bumpy. republicans have slashed billions for food stamps and the fight over the budget is just beginning. nbc's tracie potts joins us live from washington. this deadline is coming up quick. have negotiations even begun? >> reporter: not really. you can't really call them negotiations. they are talking at each other instead of to each other here on capitol hill. the vote that's happening today is going to affect so-called obama care trying to pull the money out of that to keep this government running until ten days before christmas. the latest budget battle puts soldiers' paychecks, medicare, student loans, even food stamps at risk. >> it's beyond cat ka liz mik. >> reporter: those who could lose food stamps are jobless. >> this bill is cruel, even heartless. >> reporter: today's battle, obama care, stripping the money out of the
Sep 15, 2013 10:00am PDT
pope francis at a prayer vigil for peace. and in washington, cardinal timothy dolan, head of the u.s. bishops' conference warned against a military strike. >> we've learned the hard way, violence spurs more violence. most times, it's the innocent people. many of them, they pay the worst price. >> kim lawton, our managing editor joins me to talk about the moral considerations regarding syria with william galston, a senior fellow at the brookings institution in washington. bill, welcome. what would be so bad about saying okay, we're not going to send any missile strikes into syria. and you, give up all your chemical weapons in return? isn't that a pretty good deal? >> at the end of the day, those two issues may be linked. but right now, as secretary kerry has rightly said, it is only the threat of force that has brought the syrians to this point. a point that they have resisted for decades. have not been a signatory to the chemical weapons convention until, until the past few days. so that it is unrealistic to foreswear the use of force, unless and until an agreement can be reached t
Sep 6, 2013 5:30am PDT
. francis. i think that means you come here you've got hopes and you've got hopes for the city that's compassionate. it represents the best of the cities it isn't the rough and tunnel city that i've had experience in but it had the special sense of freedom and compassion and quality and quality and all those things are happening with a banner year of getting rid of proposition 8 and celebrating life (clapping) where we're a pretty special place. it's even more special to create new jobs for people. we've never forgotten where we've came from the city of st. francis has never gotten and that's distinguished us. project hope has been about our expression now conditionally 50 times. our compassion and our opportunity for everyone who lives and works here to demonstrate that compassion. to each other. to that make this city a safer city and a more successful city but for the city for the 1 hundred percent. i want to a thank las vegas e devon and the whole staff for being here and the public health department. i want to thank our sf thank you and today sports 6 hundred members of our tec
Al Jazeera America
Sep 19, 2013 6:00pm EDT
francis says it is time for the kras lick church to end its obsession with abortion, contraception, and homosexuality. ♪ >>> in detroit, it was the people's day in court. they are trying to block a judge from approving the city's bankruptcy. i understand the judge got an earful today. >> reporter: oh, he most certainly did, tony. today the federal bankruptcy judge. he heard from lawyers, and people here in the community, and retired workers, and that's where the focus was at today. these retired workers are terrified there will be cuts to their pension and health care benefits if this bankruptcy goes through. weeks after detroit's bankruptcy filing, residents and retired city workers finally got their day in federal court. more than a hundred of them are on a list to go before the u.s. bankruptcy judge to voice their opposition to what could be the largest municipal bankruptcy in history. outside a handful of demonstrators hit the pavement, their pensions and health benefits on the lines. >> retirees will go hungry. many of us will lose our homes. we worked 10, 20, 30 years, many
FOX News
Sep 22, 2013 8:00am PDT
with pope francis. and twitter explodes with racist messages after an asian american is crowned miss america. how did things get so nasty? and the president gets pummeled, especially by liberal columnists over the handling of syria, the shooting, the budget deadlock. have the mainstream media turned on barack obama? this is media buzz. >>> we want to hear from you. send me a tweet about the media's mistakes on the dc shooting story or whether you would wait hours for accurate information. we will read the best after the program. after the first shots were fired at the washington navy yard, it seems news organizations were trying to be cautious, but there is a danger of relying on unnamed law enforcement sources in a fast-moving situation. >> if there were as many as three shooters that would change this situation dramatically. >> right now nbc news has a report of just one shooter. there were earlier reports of multiple shooters. jay there has been a name -- >> there has been a name that has been reported, but we are told the name out there is incorrect. >> by the end of the rampage alexis h
Sep 29, 2013 6:00am PDT
, of course, unfortunately. we'll send them to you maybe. >> oh, yeah. boy, we can choose. francis is over there saying the same thing. >> salivating. >> we don't even want to look at it. >> i know. i'm going to hold that to you. have a good day. we'll look for you at 7:00. >>> speaking of sweet tooths, if you have one of those, you should prepare to pay more to keep it satisfied. the cost of a kilogram of chocolate, about two pounds, three ounces, is expected to cost $12.25 this year. that's up 45% from just six years ago. and the reason cocoa prices are up, 21% in the third quarter alone. consumers' love of chocolate worldwide has led to a short supply of those cocoa beans. >>> coming up next, what is really behind the ban on electronics on airplanes? and why the ban could soon be a thing of the past. and will the america's cup return to san francisco? the concern some city officials have about possibly ho >>> live from the kgo tv broadcast center, this is abc 7 news. >> welcome back, everybody. let's start this half-hour as we always do with a quick look at the weather. francis is in th
Sep 15, 2013 6:00am PDT
for this afternoon. francis dinglasan is here for lisa argen. >> will they have the strong winds today? >> well, the sustained speeds determine whether they cancel the race or not. there's a small craft advisory for the bay this afternoon, winds from the west 15 to 25 miles once again. here's a live look at live doppler 7hd. we are sweeping around the bay area, just pecking up some breaks in the clouds. that's a nice change compared to yesterday. more sunshine expected. here's a live look from emeryville where we can see all the way across the bay bridge into san francisco. but gray skies still overhead. currently in san francisco it's 56. 60 in oakland. and 59 in san jose. we have some mild numbers out there. check out this live shot from the golden gate bridge. we see those clear skies over parts of the bay area already. but fog still reported in santa rosa where it's currently 53 degrees. although the visibility has improved, it's now up to a mile. that's an improvement from three-fourths of a mile in the past hour. 55 in napa and 52 in novato. i also want to talk about the winds right now.
Sep 30, 2013 12:00pm EDT
into waiting ambulances. we will have more at 4:00, 5:00, and 6:00. >>> 34-year-old austin francis jones was holding a woman hostage on erie street. she had a restraining order against him. he had a gun. one of them opened fire killing him. this is pending the outcome of an investigation. >>> fire on the bay bridge at the highest point of the bridge last night, they believe construction material sparked the blaze. fire engines and boats put out the fire. no one was injured. >>> fans of the purple birds are feeling the loss today. what are fans saying about the upset? we begin with mark to explain what went wrong here. >> reporter: well, leading up to the game in buffalo, the ravens spoke of getting their running game in gear. they planned on a running defense, and it was the worst in history. they ran the ball 9 times. they had problems with interceptions. joe flacco struggled. there were more to come. the bills converted it into a touchdown into the ravens defense. they hadn't allowed a touchdown in 2 straight games. they trailed by 13 at half. tory smith, 166 receiving yards. they were
Sep 19, 2013 5:30pm PDT
>> pelley: tonight, no one saw this coming. pope francis surprises the world with an interview on homosexuality, contraception, and abortion. michelle miller has the story. after cbs news investigation finds returning vets dying from overmedication by v.a. hospitals. >> my husband served honorably, with pride and dignity-- not to come home and die on the couch. >> pelley: how many have died in the colorado floods? anna werner on the search for today's missing. and for the first time, we can show you the soldier who will receive the medal of honor and his remarkable act of humanity in the midst of battle. >> the whole valley was just a giant ambush. it was crazy. captio captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs e this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening. francis is a very different pope and today he seat dramatically different tone for the world's billion-plus catholics, including 75 million here in the united states. the pope, who moved so easily among the faithful, even calling some on the phone, did not change the rules or the teachings of
Sep 12, 2013 5:00pm PDT
. plus, pope francis, best pope ever? i'm totally serious and i'll tell you why, ahead. but tonight, we start with russian president vladimir putin, who has gleefully jumped into the international spotlight with an op-ed published last night by "the new york times." certainly the most discussed op-ed i have ever seen. a lecture to the american people, peppered with an artful rewriting of history. putin writes, "from the outset, russian has advocated peaceful dialogue, enabling syrians to develop a compromise plan for their own future. we are not protecting the syrian government, but international law. the law is still the law and we must follow it whether we like it or not. putin then claims without any supporting evidence and in direct opposition to the united nations, the u.s. intelligence and human rights watch, to name a few, that it was rebels who used chemical weapons last month, writing, no one doubts that poison gas was in used in syria, but there is every reason to believe that it was not used by the syrian army, but by opposition forces, to provoke intervention by their powerf
Al Jazeera America
Sep 30, 2013 4:00pm EDT
at these pictures. an empty eastbound train stopped the other train. >>> two of pope francis's predecess predecessors, pope's john paul the 2nd, and the 23rd are on their way to st. hood. the announcement had been accepted since july when pope francis approved a second miracle attributed to pope john paul. >> vatican rules require two miracles before cattization. talk about that. >> well, you know, you are right in that it is generally vatican law, but the pope can bend those laws. he is after all infallible. he took the papal prerogative and decided that just one miracle was enough. why did he do it? there is a lot of talk as to why he may have done it. not least of which the possibility that what francis has done here is to try to draw a line between these two popes. pope francis, who is a fan of both of these pontiffs, apparently put them together to draw a line in the vatican. >> and so y did the -- the pope francis decide to cannonize these two -- i know he is infailable and infallible, but to cannonize the two popes together? why that decision? >> well that's an historic event in i
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